Single-serves, better-for-you options and exciting flavors are all helping drive dollar growth. Although units were down slightly across the board, dollar sales of frozen desserts/toppings jumped 8.2% during the 12 weeks ended June 12 to $214.0 million, reports Chicago-based market research firm IRI (iriworldwide.com). However, the frozen pie category didn’t
It was the only top 20 frozen subcategory that reg-istered unit growth during the most recent 12 weeks. The war in Ukraine has had a dramatic impact on flour prices, while the cost of sugar, oil and a whole host of other ingredients are on the rise as well. It
Dollar sales grew almost twice as fast as sales for all frozen foods. Ethnic, plant-based and anything made with cauliflower are leading the way. Handheld entrees mirrored the performance of the frozen department as a whole during the 12 weeks ended June 12: dollar sales were up 7.3% to $775.65
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